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Knows her intimately could say things that lead her to think he knows the whereabouts of her brother who disappeared over a year ago Suddenly drawn in Dusty very much wants to save this boy Trouble is she cannot find him Part human part spirit he won't let h As I read other reviews many people didn t like this book because they didn t understand it and they couldn t decipher every little thing that Bowler for

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Frozen Fire

A paranormal thriller from Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler It starts with a phone call I'm dying a voice tells Dusty Who is he and how has he gotten her cell number Dusty wants no part of this strange boy until he begins saying things that only someone who I learned by reading this book that psychological thriller means a book where nothing happens There are pages and pages and pages where the only action i

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Imself be found He is too dangerous he says There are mobs of people who agree and who want to see this boy dead and who will hurt anyone who stands in their way A gripping hair raising mystery about a boy not of this world and a girl determined to protect h I m dying said the voice Dusty clutched the phone She had no idea who this was Well with a hook like that who wouldn t want to keep reading I certainl


10 thoughts on “Frozen Fire

  1. says:

    I learned by reading this book that psychological thriller means a book where nothing happens There are pages and pages and pages where the only action is the main character walking down a snowy lane The text is all vague imagery of light and snow and heat and cold and endless obsessions over the character's missing brother There is certainly some suspense enough to keep me going up to the bitter end even but by then

  2. says:

    I have uestions Many uestionsThat's the thing this book leaves things pretty open ended and the reveal you do get doesn't come until the very endThe main character was a little hard to relate to throughout I didn

  3. says:

    The first page sucked me right in Dusty sitting alone in her house far from any neighbors receives a phone call from a mysterious boy who has just overdosed on pills and wants to hear a comforting voice as he slips into dea

  4. says:

    Originally posted here “I’m dying” said the voiceThis first sentence of Tim Bowler’s Frozen Fire will right away suck the reader in It’s sets the ethereal and creepy atmosphere the book possess from start to endIt

  5. says:

    As I read other reviews many people didn't like this book because they didn't understand it and they couldn't decipher ev

  6. says:

    I was truly excited to read this book at first because the beginning was so good As the book went on I was looking for answers but I only became confused I wanted for it to have a good ending but it didn't come I could not believe the ending because it answered nothing and I was so mad I wasted my time for nothing A few things I did not understand and by few I mean a lot1 Why does he not have any genitals2 Why does he ha

  7. says:

    ' I'm dying said the voice Dusty clutched the phone She had no idea who this was'Well with a hook like that who wouldn't want to keep reading I certainly did so much so that I bought the bookand now I wish I could give it backThe main premise is a very intriguing one A teenaged girl named Dusty recieves a midnight phone call from a strange boy who seems to know intimate details about her most importantly the

  8. says:

    Frozen Fire held just enough mystery that I wanted to read and just a little scary that I was hesitant to In a sense I would call it a psych thriller and you have to be wary of these Because sometimes they aren't good They can be full of pages upon pages of words and still say nothing of value Because psychs can babble if they're

  9. says:

    Alright here goes nothing I'm dying a voice tells Dusty Who is he and how has he gotten her cell number Dusty wants no part of this strange boy until he begins saying things that only someone who knows her intimately could say things that lead her to think he knows the whereabouts of her brother who disappeared over a year agoWhat you should do1 Don't tell him your real name2 Don't admit that he has information

  10. says:

    In the novel Frozen Fire by Tim Bowler Dusty is a fifteen year old girl living in the United Kingdom Living with her overprotective dad Dusty learns to stand up for herself and to not take anything from anyone She learned all of this when her older brother Josh walked out two years earlier and her “mum” had a nervous breakdown and walked out six months after This book is a great read and it has action mystery and a